Dawn Of X Vol. 1
ISBN: 1302921568
EAN13: 9781302921569
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 25, 2020
Pages: 280
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Why I can't I get a TPB with just Hickman's X-Men?
House of X and Powers of X '', I really like Hickman's work. One of the things that have alienated me as a comic fan is the constant crossovers and the endless tie-ins. I do not want to read X-Force, Marauders, etc. I guess I should have been a little more observant about the content of the description. Looks like I'm done with Hickman's X-Men, no matter how good it might get, because if I have to buy multiple trades composed mostly of stuff I don 't want, I will spend my time and money elsewhere. The comic industry can 't afford to keep away fans like this.
   This is a Collection
I'm very happy with it ''. I came here to write this because I didn 't know that this collection of 6 different X men titles was, and I accidentally made the mistake of ordering Dawn of X Vol 1 AND ordering X Men #1 separately, which I did not need to do because this collection includes X Men #1. Now I know that these Dawn of X volumes are serialized collections corresponding to the issue numbers of the 6 comics published there. I wanted to leave this comment in case there is another lost comic fan like me out there who wasn 't sure what was in there.
   Good Way to Enjoy In A Suggested Reading Order
This is not a first collection of X - Men's recent relaunch, but the first of a series of trades that present the dawn of X titles in a suggested reading order. That said, I have a better picture of the overall story than relying on the new title X-Men, whose first issue was mediocre compared to the excellent HoXPoX twin miniseries that established this new status quo for Marvel mutants.
   But if you're in it for the long haul
It rolls pretty slow, but I do like interaction between players. It is best to read the prequel as well because otherwise it can start confusing you.
   New Life for the X-Men.
I like being able to read these titles after they were rebooted by Jonathan Hickman in XPowers of X. All around the world is pleasant and enjoyable.
   Another reason to love Hickman's X-Men.
So many good X-Men stories so little time to love Hickman's X-Men... And that's that... nothing more to say.
   Nice Intro
This was the perfect follow-up to HOXPOX. Other great art is displayed here. Start off with lots of fun journeys. There are still a lot of characters that we are not intimate with. There is a lack of villians in roles taking on. But each of the series has their own unique feel. I bought Volume 2 so that I give this a perfect score. My individual favorites were X-Force and New Mutants.